Power in Households: Disentangling Bargaining Power

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Mabsout, Ramzi; Staveren, Irene;
  • Publisher: Union for Radical Political Economy (URPE) and the International Association For Feminist Economics (IAFFE)

textabstractIntroduction Within the household bargaining literature, bargaining power is generally understood in terms of economic resources, such as income or assets. Empirical analyses of women’s bargaining power in households in developed and developing countries fin... View more
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